All Posts Tagged "Ed-Tech Thinks"

Pitter Patter

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Soon you’ll be hearing the pitter-patter of little feet is a bit of a weird saying when anticipating the birth of a child. You hear a lot of other stuff for months before any footfalls. Maybe it should be the screamy- shouty of little lungs. Speaking of pitter-patter, it’s time for me to get back […]
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Interrupt Yourself

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Yesterday morning I had a moment where I realized I wasn’t too sure what to do next, work-wise. So I decided to take the moment to check in on Benjamin Doxdator‘s writing, because that stuff will fill you right up with things you maybe need to think about. It’s so good. I think I was […]
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Don’t Save a Thing For Later

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My tanks aren’t empty, but I want to try my best to use it all up while I’m here. I’ve been on secondment to eCampusOntario for two and a half months now. Its official end is March 31st, 2018. I know it could possibly go longer, But I want to work with what I for […]
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Sliding In

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For what one might call “Engelbart Week” at Open Learning ’17, I abridged Engelbart’s epic, and epochal, “Augmenting Human Intellect: A Conceptual Framework.” My thought was to make the reading more manageable, and to bring together resonant passages in a … <a href="http://www.gardnercampbell.net/blog1/?p=2694">Continue reading <span>→</span></a>
A fantastic new opportunity begins for me this week. I’ll be joining the wonderful folks at eCampusOntario as a Program Manager! Three other PMs are already well into the work: Jenni Hayman, Peg French, and Joanne Kehoe. The program managers work to aid Ontario colleges and universities in the pursuit of great technology-enabled learning. I’m more […]
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A Hoot

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We used Kahoot briefly yesterday in the Fleming New Faculty Experience. It’s a quizzing tool that lots of people seem to really enjoy. It was easy to set up, easy to deliver and, I think, quite fun. The way Kahoot works was involved in making it fun, but here’s what I found the most fun about […]
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Things Open

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How did I become involved in things open? Funny you should ask because I’ve been asked to contribute to www.101openstories.org to tell my Open Education origin story. I’ll be on a live video call on that site on July 27th telling this story. If my past video experience can predict the outcome of this one, it […]
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Is There a Problem Here? An Instructional Alternate Reality Game

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. It’s not too late to share this. This is the biggest thing I can give to the Creative Commons. I made it well before I knew about The Commons and am only now remembering to do this. This is many many hours of […]
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The Ghost of CC Future

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The whole reason the Ghost of Christmas Future shows up is just to say “Don’t eff this up, Ebenezer. Get your act together and avoid your terrible future”. It worked for that cranky old bastard and it could work for us. On Saturday at The Creative Commons Global Summit in Toronto, Ashe Dryden showed us […]
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Digital Pedagogy: It’s Like Riding a Digital Bike

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Much as he may disavow my assertion (ask him about the one in Flagstaff a few years ago), Brian Lamb and I getting together for presenting is always a peak experience, usually peaking soon before it happens.
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The saying, ‘it’s like riding a bike’ means you just don’t forget. Even if you don’t use a skill for a long time. You can pick it right back up. I can see that has truth to it, but it got me thinking about what it is actually like to learn to ride a bike. It […]
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Petition to Adopt Reddit into The Open Ed Family

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“Fishing spot” flickr photo by Patrick McConahay https://flickr.com/photos/pat_mcconahay/15106445506 shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license Ironic that things like reddit, which might prove transformative if engaged with, are largely overlooked by academia. #openlearning17 — Gardner Campbell (@GardnerCampbell) March 7, 2017 The way Reddit works is really quite conducive to open pedagogy. I think, if I’m […]
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